THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MANATEE COUNTY
SALARY $62,527 - $106,637
JOB GOAL: To perform duties related to facilities, site and planning and serve as a liaison to other governmental agencies.
1. Master's Degree in management, building construction, planning, or related areas from an accredited educational institution.
2. Minimum of seven (7) years of successful experience in related work.
3. Possess a valid State of Florida Driver's License.
4. Comparable amount of training or experience may be substituted for the educational qualifications.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledgeable of all pertinent zoning changes which facilitate acquisition, sale, and leasing of real property. Knowledge of laws and rules governing School Board Construction. Knowledge of state and local Capital Outlay funding sources. Ability to undertake demographic research, geospatial analysis, and predictive modeling to support the facility planning decision-making
process. Ability to utilize planning computer software applications to include spreadsheet, demographic, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. Knowledge of land use practices, real property law and exaction assessment strategies and methodologies. Ability to manage projects, motivate others, resolve conflicts and to be respected by people in the system. Ability to represent data to management, and others after it is compiled. Ability to speak before groups, conduct meetings efficiently,
conduct training and prepare written correspondence, reports, and other materials. Knowledge of local, regional, and state permitting requirements. Knowledge of Educational Facility Impact Fees. Knowledge of Interlocal Agreements with other governmental agencies. Possess good working knowledge of Manatee county development. Possess good working relationship with governmental agencies.
1. Assists in the oversight of employees and activities associated with facility and site planning.
2. Assists in the training of staff, committee members and others concerning their jobs, roles, and responsibilities.
3. Collect user requirements and supporting data and compile final documents.
4. Assists in the coordination of site procurement.
5. Assists in the management of necessary appraisals, environmental studies, rezoning, permitting, etc.
6. Assists in the coordination of the Educational Facility Impact Fee program.
7. Oversee implementation of Interlocal Agreements with other governmental agencies.
8. Assists in the negotiate purchase/sale of properties.
9. Assist with the preparation of contracts and other legal documents regarding site acquisition and disposition.
10. Undertakes research on property being considered for procurement/sale.
11. Conduct meetings that involve general issues for a project and issues affecting several organizational units including the resolution of conflicts.
12. Serve as the contact for decision makers and designers about user requirements and supporting data during the school design/development process.
13. Resolve conflicts at the appropriate organizational level.
14. Develop Board materials and make presentations.
15. Review construction specifications and documents as required.
16. Perform related work as required and directed by the Executive Planner.
17. Represent the School Board on applicable governmental committees, and before Planning Commission and County Commission/City Council.
18. Assist in the identification of future school sites.
19. Assist with the development of long-range Capital Outlay Plan.
20. Respond to inquiries and concerns in a timely manner.
21. Keep supervisor informed of potential problems or unusual events.
22. Maintain a network of peer contacts through professional organizations.
23. Represent the district in a positive and professional manner.
24. Provide oversight and direction for cooperative planning with other agencies.
25. Keep informed and disseminate information about current research, trends and best practices in areas of responsibility.
26. Exercise proactive leadership in promoting the vision and mission of the district.
27. Attend training sessions, conferences and workshops to keep abreast of current practices, programs and legal issues.
28. Assist in developing the department budget and monitor its implementation as required.
29. Prepare or coordinate the preparation of all required reports and maintain all appropriate records.
30. Utilize appropriate strategies and problem-solving tools to make decisions regarding planning, utilization of funds,
delivering services and evaluation of services provided.
31. Demonstrate initiative in identifying potential problems or opportunities for improvement and take appropriate action.
32. Use appropriate styles and methods to motivate, gain commitment and facilitate task accomplishment.
33. Assist in the development of the Educational Plant Survey, Facilities Work Plan, and FISH (Florida Inventory of School Houses) database.
34. Assist with traffic studies and develop and implement solutions to identified concerns.
35. Perform other tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position.
Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force as frequently as needed to move objects.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District’s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of
employment shall be those established by the District.
SALARY SCHEDULE: SAMP
PAY GRADE: D11
SHORT TITLE: MPL100
STATE JOB CODE: 74020
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Seattle Public Schools is accepting applications for the position of Project Manager - Capital
SALARY: $103,272 - $139,325 Annually
CLOSING DATE: 10/12/22, 5:00 PM (Pacific)
OVERVIEW OF POSITION:
Supervises and coordinates activities for assigned school construction projects from initial planning and design though construction with the goals of producing high quality learning environments for Seattle Public School students, staff and community and providing equitable access to educational opportunities. Provides timely decision-making, communication, and technical guidance in one or more of the following areas: civil engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and civil structural engineering.
EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:
Five to eight (5-8) years of experience in administering design and construction contracts and/or in coordinating construction projects; Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Engineering, Building Construction Management, Project Management or a closely related field and previous experience as a construction observer; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
State engineering or architect license preferred.
For more information and to apply, visit:
Seattle Public Schools is accepting applications for the position of Capital Planning Analyst - Playgrounds.
Capital Projects and Planning Department
SALARY: $81,469.00 - $104,614.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 09/14/22
CLOSING DATE: 10/05/22 05:00 PM
OVERVIEW OF POSITION:
Organizes, plans, coordinates, and monitors long-range planning and related capital improvement activities for play equipment and playgrounds at schools within the district. Leads assigned projects and staff concerning this effort. Coordinates and monitors activities and projects in assigned areas of responsibility. Manages, maintains, and assesses all play equipment and playground information. Develops and coordinates the predictive playground maintenance plan for ongoing play equipment repairs, maintenance needs and replacement.
DESIRED CERTIFICATION & LICENSES:
Certified as a Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CSPI); Must be certified within 120 days of hire.
For more information and to apply visit: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/seattleschools/jobs/3723320/capital-planning-analyst-playgrounds
POSITION TITLE: Facilities Manager
The Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is seeking an experienced Facilities Manager to oversee all building and maintenance-related activities for our ten locations. The selected candidate will be responsible for preserving the good condition of our facilities and ensuring that our library locations are safe and well-functioning.
The ideal candidate will be well-organized and passionate about optimizing the use of space and equipment to best suit the Library's diverse facility needs while demonstrating reliability, knowledge, and efficacy towards the goal of ensuring our facilities are clean and safe for employees and members of the public.
PRIMARY LIBRARY LOCATION:
Downtown Huntsville Branch
915 Monroe Street
Huntsville, AL 35801
HOURS AND COMPENSATION: Full-time, 40 hours a week, $25.81 an hour. General schedule to include Monday – Friday with occasional weekends as needed. Schedule flexibility required.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of Huntsville-Madison County Public Library Facilities. This position is classified as Non-exempt for the purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Work involves responsibility for the daily upkeep of multiple library facilities. Work includes minor repair and general upkeep such as painting, patching, minor electrical work, minor plumbing work, and moving fixtures, as well as acting as a point of contact for outside repair technicians and contract workers.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the direction of the Deputy Director.
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: May supervise outside vendors and contractors as needed.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Acts as a team member in fulfilling the Library's Mission Statement: This is the public's library. We empower individuals to create their own futures, explore the universe of ideas, and connect with our community and the world.
Oversees building and grounds maintenance, including serving as point of contact for contracted services such as custodial, grounds keeping, waste management, security, and repair technicians; checks completed work by vendors and contractors.
Ensures that facilities are clean and maintained according to Library policy and procedures; conducts and documents regular facility inspections to ensure facilities are in good condition.
Monitors facilities and coordinates with the Deputy Director to any major maintenance issues; assists Deputy Director with review of service contacts as needed.
Recommends maintenance, mechanical, electrical, and facility updates and/or modifications in line with Library goals to the Deputy and Executive Director as needed.
Completes minor maintenance tasks such as changing filters, light bulbs and ballasts, painting and patching walls and surfaces, minor electrical repairs, and minor plumbing repairs; ensures library grounds remain clear of hazards such as snow, ice, leaves, and debris; oversees and assists in major maintenance tasks as needed.
Schedules vehicle maintenance as needed; ensures vehicles are clean and fueled for use by library staff.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS:
Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires standing, walking, reaching, climbing, stooping, and lifting/carrying items generally not exceeding 50 pounds. Must possess the mobility to carry supplies and deliveries over uneven terrain. Must possess the vision required to read printed materials and a computer screen. Must possess the ability to hear and speak both in person and over the telephone. Physical dexterity is required including hand-to-eye coordination and manipulative skills congruent with the operation of vehicles, carts, and tools. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Involves performing work both inside and outside of facilities, including in adverse weather conditions and/or temperature extremes. Involves hazards associated with operating vehicles, working with tools, working around equipment such as HVAC units, elevators, and similar facility equipment. Involves the use of chemicals and/or heavy machinery. May interact with upset staff and/or members of the public.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Comprehensive knowledge and experience in building and grounds maintenance; knowledge of computer controlled heating and cooling systems; ability to understand and carry out instructions furnished in both written, oral, or diagrammatic form; ability to work occasionally in poor weather conditions including heat, cold, rain, or snow; ability to safely and correctly handle cleaning solutions and chemicals; ability to safely and correctly operate a variety of tools; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, subordinates, associates, corporate representatives, officials of other agencies, and the general public; ability to communicate effectively with coworkers and supervisors.
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
A Bachelor's degree in Facility Maintenance or a related field OR high school diploma from a school accredited by a regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or GED certificate issued by the appropriate state agency plus three (3) or more years additional experience in a maintenance or equipment repair based role; or any combination of education, training, and experience which provides a demonstrated potential for performing the above listed duties of the position is required.
Possession of a clean driving record and the ability to pass a criminal background check is required.
This job description is not nor is it intended to be a complete state of all duties, functions, and responsibilities that comprise this position. Employees may be expected to perform additional duties that may not be reflected in this description.
The Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Position: Construction Project Manager, Design & Construction
We are seeking serious candidates to lead the design and construction of new school buildings and facilities, as well as improvements to existing sites! Make an impact now and for generations to come by helping us build the future!
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Professional & Technical Staff/Senior Construction Project Manager
Lake Washington School District is looking for qualified candidates for the Senior Construction Project Manager position.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Senior Construction Project Manager provides leadership and oversight of school construction projects from ideation to completion in accordance with district, state, and federal regulations and policies. This position requires extensive knowledge of public works construction, project management skills and experience, and keen attention to details. The Senior Construction Project Manager reports to the Capital Program Manager.
This position is open until filled with first consideration given to applications received by September 9, 2022.
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